Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Colouring time...

continuation from the last post... we did try to match some colours of the roof, render, garage doors, downpipes, and gutters.... but still haven't get a firm idea on how we wanted it...

 Mushroom with Baramundi.... or ...

 Mushroom with Mocha choc, which is on the left

 mushroom with caper...
we didn't want such a dark colour for our roof, thinking which colour out of the 3 will match with the brown colour of mushroom....

 Then we went on with the render... what do you think about this render colour... flood mud.. its slightly greenish...

This is the type of garage that we might pick, and we might decide to have paper bark colour on it...

 And for the window frames, we thought of jasper colour(bottom 2nd from left) to match with the render...

We initially wanted the door below, but after considering the cost of it(2X, we have 2 entry doors!), we decided to stick with the standard range of doors. But we would love to get the higher doors 2340mm X 820mm instead of the standard 2040mm X 820mm, still not quite sure if its doable for our facade or not.. and depending how much are the cost as well... hmm....


For more doors design, you guys can visit the supplier's website : Corinthian doors

 Alecon Lace starfire glass...
 white simmer for the kitchen bench top...
Currently we got stucked on 3 laminates which we are not sure which to choose from... season oak(top right), oyster linear(bottom) or milkwood(top left)
 our prefered ensuite basins...& powder room basins too
 we like both the square head shower and hand rail... but not too sure what's the cost of upgrading...

 Here is the round basin for our bath....
 our prefered sink mixer which gives us more flexibility of washing
 flat glass cooker hood
 built in oven...
 dish washer
 and cook top...
and not forgetting the lovely double undermount sink...

hmm.. shall be continuing with the tile stories tomorrow... :)

6 comments:

  1. Oooo...undermount sink. Yummo.

    mocha Choc and Mushroom go beautifully together, but I think you'd need a render with a bit of contrast. Either a pale or bright would work well.

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  2. hi Reinsey, thx a lot for the valuable opinion... we shall take that into account :)

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  3. Good Luck with the selections and build Cuppycake - Reinsey has similar exterior colours, will look awesome.

    Thanks for dropping by on our blog, we are so happy with the house.

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  4. Thanks Debra. So nice that you have a new & beautiful home to stay in... hmm... just can't wait for that to happen.. but it will still take some time... & lots more work to go :) hopefully everything turn out great!

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